LLANDUDNO are inviting applications for their first team manager vacancy after they parted ways with Matthew Jones.

The JD Cymru North outfit have made some substantial changes behind the scenes since the arrival of new chairman Andrew Croston, who made the decision to remove Jones from his duties just a day after the Football Association of Wales curtailed the season.

The ideal candidate must have a minimum of a UEFA A Licence, with experience of the Welsh football setup.

They are also seeking a manager with a proven track record, good motivational skills and contacts within the game to attract a competitive side.

Jones outlined his surprise on social media regarding the timing of his announcement, which was published just a few short minutes after he received the news.

This is set to be a crucial period for the club, who suffered a campaign of inconsistencies following relegation from the JD Cymru Premier.

Gary Taylor-Fletcher initially took over the post, but was in the role for just two days before deciding to step down due to other work commitments.

Jones oversaw a substantial squad overall before and during the season, which came with mixed success.

Anyone interested in applying for the role should send their footballing CV to vacancies@llandudnofc.co.uk. All applications will be considered in strictest confidence.